Shell Point Trail, Pickney Island NWR

Tall pines line the interior of Pickney Island National Wildlife Refuge.

The above photo was taken a quarter-mile in where the pines shade the double-track gravel and grass Shell Point trail.

Shell Point is a 4.5-mile out-and-back trail, much of the trail through the pine forest in the middle of the refuge. The forest is lined with many of these large Lolobby pines that can grow from 100 to 150 feet tall.

Here is one more photo from the pines along the southern edge of Shell Point Trail:

 

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